Dr. Azrin Chowdhury is a materials and emerging battery scientist with more than 10 years research experience in diverse areas. She is currently working as an Operation Manager at REDEI.
Prior to joining at REDEI she worked at CSIRO, Australia, in diverse research groups with various capabilities (Lab management, Additive manufacturing, materials characterisation, battery sampling and testing in collaboration with Swinburne University battery group).
Azrin did her PhD in Solid-State Supercapacitor at University of Wollongong with Australia Government Scholarship and was a part-time academic where she used to teach Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering. Azrin spans her career in multi-facet arenas, including Supercacitors, Batteries, Graphene Synthesis, high-temperature materials characterization etc.
Azrin also worked as a Research Associate in the Australian Coal Association Research Program (ACARP) focused on thermodynamic modelling and consisted of performing kinetics and thermodynamics analysis of high-temperature materials processing.
Soon after, Azrin was a post-doc fellow at the Institute of Super-conducting and Electronics Materials (ISEM).
Azrin has several scientific publications in reputed peer-reviewed international journals. She also holds a professional metallurgist accreditation endorsed by VETASSESS Australia.